Confessions of an ex-Mormon

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  • At 22 years old, Bonnie Marcotte made the controversial decision to leave the only religion she had ever known
  • She opens up about what was really going on behind the scenes of her Mormon church

Everyone has a story to tell, but most never tell it, until now. This is one woman's confession.

What do an ex-Mormon, a gang banger and a teacher all have in common? They all have something to confess. All this week on HLN's Now in America, we're bringing you stories of real Americans dealing with the challenges, opportunities and temptations of life in America today -- and they're confessing their deepest secrets. Each day on the show, get an inside look into a life you'd otherwise never know.

At 22 years old, Bonnie Marcotte made the controversial decision to leave the only religion she had ever known. From polygamy to pre-marital sex to shocking doubts about the faith itself, nothing is off limits in this honest and emotional confession.

Watch Now in America today at 4 p.m. ET on HLN.

For more information about the Mormon faith, visit LDS.org.

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